Thursday, October 4, 2012

Green House Cleaning - Where to Start By Jannifer Ju

Get Your Green On Many common (and popular) household cleaning products are bad for the health of those use them and bad for the health of those who live in the homes where they are used. That is not all, however, as they are also often bad for the environment. The problem is that many people have no idea how to keep a home clean without using the same toxic chemicals their parents used, etc. This is especially true of those who have only recently become aware of environmental issues and the dangers associated with everyday household cleaners.
Health Issues Associated with Using Toxic Household Cleaners
Some household chemicals, like window-cleaners that contain ammonia (as many do), can trigger respiratory conditions. In other other cases, cleaners (such as those used in bathtubs)  can irritate skin or aggravate allergies. Dishwashing detergents, which should be the safest cleaning products of all, can cause mouth-burns if they contain phosphates.
Green Cleaning tips for the Environmentally Conscious Householder
If a householder wants to keep their living space clean, but also wants to be healthy and to show respect for the environment, what are their options?
One option is that they can go the homemade route, using toxin free formulas that have worked for generations. These include making an all-purpose cleaner with ingredients such as baking soda, borax and vinegar. There are recipes for wholesome, natural, and time-tested  cleaning products, these can be found in a variety of books and on a variety of websites, all containing green cleaning tips.iGOZEN Simply Clean Logo
For those with busy lifestyles or who prefer to purchase ready-made products, there is the option of using a line of green household products such as the ones developed specifically for that purpose by iGOZEN. Our calcium-based products are all natural, organic and completely safe. Try a sample today via our Facebook Page for access to our coupon code.

1 comment: